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,,2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 23, 1998

NATION! WORLD

I

HOLOCAUST
Continued from Page 1A
crowds.
Ullman said her grandmother's
message of optimism is particularly
,relevant to students today. When
,people ask Klein how she perse-
vered against hopeless odds, she
.simply notes that in her camp of
thousands of girls, there were no
suicides.
She attributed this to "the spirit of
young people to prefer life, always
life, in preference to death ... the

darker the night, the brighter the
dawn."
This year's Conference on the
Holocaust will continue o1
Thursday with the Memorial of
Names, a continuous 24-hour read-
ing of the names of Holocaust vic-
tims.
Other events part of the
Conference on the Holocaust
include a panel discussion about
hate speech on the Internet, several
speeches by scholars and authors
and a showing of the film "Border
Street."

MSA
Continued from Page 1A
possible $4.50 and $5 raise. Bram
Elias, co-chair of the Student Regent
Task Force, said he was extremely
pleased with the results of the elections.
"The results are wonderful," Elias
said. "I think the students have told

MSA they want a student regent and
they don't want MSA to waste money."
LSA first-year student Vikram
Sarma, a newly elected MSA represen-
tative, said his victory was a "bitter-
sweet moment" because of Friedrichs
and Garcia's loss. His major goal will
be to concentrate MSA's attention on
getting the job done.

AROUND THE NATION

MSA Winter 1998 Representative Elections:

LSA (Top nine vote-getters):

Vikram Sarma (Ind.)
Surneet Karnik (Ind.)
Mehul Madia (MP)
Ellen Friedman (SP)
Heidi Lubin (Ind.)
Erin Carey (SP)
Peter Handler (SP)
Mark Sherer (SP)
Damian~ de Goa (SP)

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Aaron Flagg (SP)
Douglas Friedman (NFP)
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Matt Curin (SP) uncontested
Law (top vote getter)
Neeraj Verma (Ind.) 31
Medicine (top vote getter)
Avninder Dhaliwal (Ind.) 54
Nursing
Mike Bates (Ind.) uncontested
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Sam Ellis (Ind.) uncontested

Willey confronted Clinton after pass
WASHINGTON - Eleven days after President Clinton allegedly made a crude
sexual advance, Kathleen Willey returned alone to the Oval Office at his request
and told the president she "wanted that to be over with," according to previously
sealed testimony.
In a sworn deposition taken Jan. 11, Willey recounted her Dec. 10, 1993, ret
visit as she pleaded anew for a better job. It was her first day back at the White
House after her husband committed suicide.
At the time, she was a volunteerand wanted a paying job to offset financial
problems at home.
She alleges that in the first meeting, on Nov. 29, the president made an unwant-
ed sexual advance.
Willey said she told Clinton in the return visit that "I was in a very desperate sit-
uation and that I still needed to work there."
Willey was asked by lawyers for Paula Jones in her sexual harassment case
against the president whether Willey ever sought to address with Clinton her con-
cerns about the Nov. 29 advance.
"I think that when I went back my first day of work ... I think I may have ma
a reference to that. ... I don't know how I said it, but basically said I just wanted

Engineering (Top two vote-getters):
Jon Malkovich (Ind.) 774
Sandeep Parikh (MP) 356
Rackham (Top four vote-getters):
Carol Scarlett (DAA) 130
Olga Savic (SP) 130

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that to be over with," she testified.
Cuban baseball
coach, players defect
MIAMI - Four Cuban baseball
players and a coach who defected
from the communist island more
than a week ago were rescued at sea
and taken to a small Bahamian
island, a baseball agent said
Saturday.
The crew of a fishing vessel plucked
them out of their rickety boat Friday
afternoon and turned them over
Saturday to Bahamian officials, said
Joe Cubas, an agent who has helped
several Cuban baseball players flee the
island.
"Right now we're very tired," pitch-
ing coach Enrique Chinea said in a tele-
phone interview with Worldwide
Television News that was broadcast on
WPLG-TV in Miami. "We're worn out
physically and mentally."
Cubas said the four players, the
coach and four other Cubans on the
boat were rescued and taken to
Ragged Island, one of the southern-
most Bahamian islands and located

about 80 miles off the north coast of
Cuba.
"They're all in very good condi-
tion," Cubas said.
Landlord held liabl
mn rape of student
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - A federal
court jury says a former Purdue
University student from suburban
Detroit is due $245,000 from her
former landlords because her unsafe
dwelling contributed to her rape.
The woman from Farmington,
Mich., was alone in her apartment
on the first floor of a converti
older house in West Lafayette when
an intruder armed with a knife
attacked her while she slept early on
Oct. 7, 1995.
The woman, now 24 and working
as a geologist, continues to suffer
from symptoms of post-traumatic
stress disorder from the assault, said
to a psychiatrist who testified at a
six-day trial in U.S. District Court
South Bend.

AROUND THE WORLD

I.I

Makeup -our

-Future

Israel calls peace
plan 'unacceptable'
JERUSALEM - Israel took a hard
line yesterday against a new U.S. effort
to restart the stalled peace talks with
the Palestinians, describing as "unac-
ceptable" the U.S., proposal that Israel
withdraw from an additional 13 per-
cent of the West Bank within three
months.
The government of Prime Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu also declared in a
statement after yesterday's Cabinet
meeting that Israel "expects the United
States to adhere" to earlier promises
that Israel alone will determine the
scope of its pullouts from the West
Bank. "Reports of a 13 percent with-
drawal are unacceptable,' the statement
said.
The strong words, along with two
recent phone conversations between
Netanyahu and President Clinton and a
flurry of emissaries from Jerusalem to
Washington, were aimed at trying to
keep the United States from going pub-
lic with its ideas on how to break a
yearlong deadlock in Israeli-

Palestinian peacemaking.
Late yesterday, the U.S. Embassy in
Tel Aviv confirmed that envoy Denn
Ross will return to the region at the
of the week for what political analysts
predicted could be a final effort to per-
suade Israel and the Palestinians to
make progress on peace before the
United States offers its own plan.
Nigerians crowd to
see Pope John Paul II
OBA, Nigeria - Perhaps a
lion Nigerians jammed onto a dusty
plain at this village yesterday to see
Pope John Paul II and applaud his
call for an end to corrupt, authoritar-
ian military rule in Africa's most
populous nation.
In heat that reached nearly 100
degrees, Nigerians walked, biked, and
traveled in packed buses along clogged
roads to a vast expanse of rust-colored
earth in this village outside the souA
ern city of Onitsha. Othiers had arriv
the night before to camp out.
- Compiled from Daily wire reports.

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